Disconnect yourself between mountains, rivers and waterfalls …
The heart of the Alto Minho is the perfect place for a few days immersed in nature! Among the immense green, rivers and waterfalls, there are many perfect places to disconnect.
From Sistelo to the Peneda-Gerês National Park, this is your opportunity to get to know and enjoy the best of the mountains and valleys of North of Portugal.
PRICE: On request
DURATION: 5 days / 4 nights
CONDITIONS: Minimum 2 people
Your Green Tour
Welcome drink in a rural hotel in Ponte da Barca, by the river. The perfect way to start this travel through Minho region.
Sistelo never ceases to amaze, its incredible terraces offer a unique landscape. A journey along centuries-old stone sidewalks, is the perfect way to get to know this beautiful place, where tradition is still what it was.
At the end of the tour why not take a dip in the crystal clear waters of River Vez?
The Peneda-Gerês National Park is a must! Discover the incredible biodiversity and cultural wealth of this unique territory in the company of our local guide. This will be a special day for you to enjoy the stunning mountain scenery that the National Park has to offer and visit some emblematic places like the granaries and Lindoso castle. To regain strength, there will be a picnic with local products.
Why not go on a trip to the seashore! Viana do Castelo is right next door. See you soon!
- 4 nights in a rural hotel with breakfast
- Welcome Green Wine
- Personalized travel guide
- Walking tour with local guide
- 1 picnic lunch with local products
- Private transfer National Park trail
- 2 GPS tracks + Map
- Access wikiloc premium
- 1 day bike rental
- 24 hours support
- Personal expenses
- All items not mentioned in the item “included”
Meet your Green Stays Ambassador :
Passionate about the culture and nature of Northern Portugal, traveling whenever possible through the different protected areas in search of new experiences and corners to share. For over 15 years she has been working as a nature guide in mainland Portugal and the Azores. Collaborating in parallel in several responsible tourism and rural development projects.